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KACE Systems Deployment Appliance 9.1 Common Documents - Administrator Guide

About the KACE Systems Deployment Appliance Getting started Using the Dashboard Configuring the appliance Setting up user accounts and user authentication Configuring security settings Preparing for deployment Managing device inventory Using labels Creating a Windows or Linux Boot Environment Managing drivers Capturing images Capturing user states Creating scripted installations Creating a task sequence Automating deployments Performing manual deployments Managing custom deployments Managing offline deployments About the Remote Site Appliance Importing and exporting appliance components Managing disk space Troubleshooting appliance issues Updating appliance software Glossary About us Legal notices

Import appliance components

Import appliance components

You can import components stored in a different location, a different appliance directly, or to a Remote Site Appliance (RSA), if the package containing the components is smaller than 1.5GB.

If you exported the database, only the Quest KACE Technical Support team can re-import the database back to the appliance.

On the left navigation pane, click Settings to expand the section, then click Package Management to display the Package Management page.
Click Import SDA Packages to display the Import List page.
Select Choose Action > Import Selected.

The new components appear on the Package Management > Import List page.

Package components to export

Package components to export

You can export the components stored on the appliance, such as drivers, network inventory, boot environments, and tasks to a different network location. You can also export system images and user states from a Remote Site Appliance (RSA). This is useful to back up and restore components.

You can export the database, but you cannot re-import the database. Exporting components from the appliance is an internal task and cannot run in tandem with other internal tasks, such as re-caching drivers, creating scripted installations, or rebuilding boot environments.

On the left navigation pane, click Settings to expand the section, then click Package Management to display the Package Management page.
Click Export SDA Packages to display the Export List page.

The selected export items are compressed and placed in the \[appliance|RSA]_hostname\restore share directory. A .pkg file is created for each component that you select.

Select Choose Action > Export Selected.

The packaging process starts. Exporting packages might take a few minutes to several hours to complete depending on the size of the file. The Status column indicates when each export completes.

NOTE: If the status column shows Completed or Exporting next to each component, but the Currently : status in the upper-right corner displays Idle, contact the Quest KACE Technical Support to access your appliance through the tether and clear the error.

The size of the exported package is smaller than the one on the appliance, and can vary in size due to file export compression and package attachments.

Package file names

Package file names

You can import and export KACE Systems Deployment Appliance or Remote Site Appliance (RSA) components to packages. The following syntax conventions apply to package file names. Follow these guidelines when you import or export appliance packages to quickly find a particular component.

File contents

File name

Pre-installation task

Syntax: PR<ID><Unix_time_stamp>_<microseconds>

Example: PR33_1519839187_5248.pkg

Mid-level installation task

Syntax: MI<ID><Unix_time_stamp>_<microseconds>

Example: MI26_1519792380_3567.pkg

Post-installation task

Syntax: PO<ID><Unix_time_stamp>_<microseconds>

Example: PO17_1519831620_4922.pkg

Database package

Syntax: DB<ID><Unix_time_stamp>_<microseconds>

Example: DB12_1519822800_1546.pkg


Syntax: KI<ID><Unix_time_stamp>_<microseconds>

Example: KI56_1519827865_4213.pkg

Scripted installation

Syntax: SI<ID><Unix_time_stamp>_<microseconds>

Example: SI59_1519834064_2984.pkg

Driver package

Syntax: DR<ID><Unix_time_stamp>_<microseconds>

Example: DR15_1519823348_3284.pkg

Network inventory package

Syntax: NI<ID><Unix_time_stamp>_<microseconds>

Example: NI36_1519814733_1976.pkg

Custom deployment

Syntax: CU<ID><Unix_time_stamp>_<microseconds>

Example: CU88_1519794461_5889.pkg

Boot environment

Syntax: BE<ID><Unix_time_stamp>_<microseconds>

Example: BE52_1519798711_2802.pkg

Network scan

Syntax: NS<ID><Unix_time_stamp>_<microseconds>

Example: NS37_1519818962_3011.pkg

User State

Syntax: US<ID><Unix_time_stamp>_<microseconds>

Example: US27_1519805822_2846.pkg

Task Group

Syntax: TG<ID><Unix_time_stamp>_<microseconds>

Example: TG16_1519811097_1390.pkg

USMT (User State Migration Tool) Scan template

Syntax: ST<ID><Unix_time_stamp>_<microseconds>

Example: ST39_1519808167_5225.pkg

Managing disk space

You can view the Disk Usage pie chart on the appliance Dashboard to verify how much storage space is available on your appliance. You can migrate data on the appliance to an offboard-storage device, and migrate data stored on the virtual appliance or Remote Site Appliance (RSA) to an additional virtual disk to free up space. You can also delete unused images, boot environments, source media, and tasks.

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